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Sony Pictures Imageworks is an American visual effects and computer animation company. It is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is based in Culver City, California.

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10202 W. Washington Jimmy Stewart Building

Culver City, California, 90232,

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The best Resident Evil games and movies to enjoy at home

Jul 14, 2022

Image: Sony Pictures Entertainment The Resident Evil TV series, the latest live-action iteration in the long-running survival-horror franchise, premieres July 14 on Netflix. Set alternatively in 2022 and 2036, the series follows Jade (Ella Balinska/Tamara Smart) and Billie Wesker (Siena Agudong) as they attempt to survive a nascent zombie infestation in New Raccoon City alongside their father, recurring series antagonist Albert Wesker ( Lance Reddick ). To someone new to the franchise, Resident Evil can feel as amorphous and imposing as any of the mutated T-Virus monstrosities that populate its many installments. And with Netflix’s new series boldly attempting to acknowledge and exist explicitly within the multifaceted and often retconned canon of the games, the franchise can feel even more impenetrable. “What are the Resident Evil games and movies I should care about?” you’re probably asking aloud. We’ve pooled together Polygon’s collective Resident Evil brain trust to give you a breakdown of our top recommendations to play and watch after finishing the Netflix series. Here are the best Resident Evil games and movies to enjoy at home. The games Resident Evil (1996) Where to play: The HD remaster is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch Image: Capcom When thinking of my favorite Resident Evil game, nostalgia wants me to say Resident Evil (1996), because it — along with Metal Gear Solid — just absolutely changed the way I saw video games. Going back and playing it, it obviously has a lot of rough edges (lol the polygons) that even the 2002 remake doesn’t really fix. —Chris Grant From our review of the 2015 HD remaster: The original control scheme still exists in the 2015 HD re-release, but there’s also a slightly modernized replacement available. In this updated option, movement is more on par with other third-person action games — i.e., pressing left or right on the control stick makes your character more or less instantly turn and move in that direction. It’s a nice change, and for those who are concerned, it definitely doesn’t make the game too easy. The 2015 version of Resident Evil also features a modest visual upgrade. The gorgeous background art from the GameCube version has been modified into a high-definition resolution. As with the controls, the game allows you to swap back and forth between the old-school 4:3 and the modern 16:9 looks. Character models have also been beefed up to being on par with Resident Evil 6 ’s graphics. Those newer-gen models occasionally felt strange against the less detailed backdrops, but in general the upgrades work fine. Resident Evil 7 Where to play: Available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch Image: Capcom My heart wants me to pull for this one, because it was the game I didn’t have a lot of hope for, but it managed to exceed all expectations and then some. —CG Village could’ve played it safe. We could’ve seen Ethan continue his adventure through America, into secret laboratories and through another family infected by the mold. And with the Resident Evil team’s adept skill, that game still probably would’ve cracked our top 50 list. But Village gets weird instead, and whisks players away from the series’ usual world of zombies and secret labs into one with giant vampire women, werewolves, killer dolls, and ritual sacrifice. Resident Evil Village is like a carnival of different horror experiences. Each direction you head in leads to a hall of mirrors or a Ferris wheel-like grand spectacle, in that special way a carnival can make a single field feel like multiple worlds. I’ve played scarier games than Resident Evil Village, but I’ve never played one with such varied dungeons. Village’s success isn’t in how scary it can be, but in all of the different ways it tries to scare you. Resident Evil – Code: Veronica Where to play: The HD remaster, Code: Veronica X, is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X Image: Capcom Worth celebrating for changing the formula for RE games to a more real-time, 3D world and action focus, five years before RE4 came out. —CG The movies Image: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment The first of Paul W.S. Anderson’s six-movie franchise starring his wife and collaborator Milla Jovovich, this is the most “straight horror” of the bunch. Introducing us to Jovovich’s amnesiac action hero Alice, she and Michelle Rodriguez (among others) try to survive a zombie outbreak in the facility they are in (as well as contain it from spreading into the world). With unforgettable imagery and sequences (the laser grid trap!!! ), it’s a blast. —PV Resident Evil: Extinction Image: Constantin Film/Sony Home Entertainment Zombie Western! Zombie! Western! —PV The return of P.W.S. : (Resident Evil: Afterlife, Resident Evil: Retribution, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter) Where to watch: Available to watch on Hulu or for free with ads on Tubi (Final Chapter is only available on Tubi) Image: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment The previous two movies from this series mentioned here are great fun, but it’s in the final trilogy that Anderson, Jovovich, and company pull it all together, perfecting the frenetic style that make these movies work, harnessing pure chaos into a rip-roaring good time of action horror. —PV Sign up for the newsletter Patch Notes A weekly roundup of the best things from Polygon Just one more thing! Please check your email to find a confirmation email, and follow the steps to confirm your humanity. Email (required) By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice . You can opt out at any time. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. 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  • When was Sony Pictures Imageworks founded?

    Sony Pictures Imageworks was founded in 1992.

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    Sony Pictures Imageworks's headquarters is located at 10202 W. Washington, Culver City.

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